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's like a ping-pong, it's bad, it's cold, what's going on? >> tennessee and kentucky have seen the worst of it. we've had about three tornado reports. we've had about 195 total updated for you live there. newly notice the concentration overnight had been through arkansas, louisiana and the ohio river. abdomen storms are starting to plow their way right across kentucky and especially tennessee. these are all tornado warnings heading right over nashville. thankfully, those storms have weakened a little bit over louisville and bowling green but those are going to slide over the east coast today. an area of greater concern, the area of yellow today, everyone here has a chance of severe storms, damaging winds. it will only last about 30 minutes or less but when that line of storms comes through you'll feel it and you'll want to seek shelter. atlanta, heading through pittsburgh, west virginia, and then afternoon traveling through much of the carolinas. again, all eyes, best chance of tornadoes is in the state of tennessee. thankfully, no fatalities overnight. we'll talk about the snowstorm goi
karins. >> it's been a busy night. a lot of rough storms. tornado sirens in kentucky and tennessee. here's the recap. four tornadoes so far reported. no fatalities. no towns destroyed. a lot of isolated homes with roofs off. a lot of those things of those nature. the blue dots are wind reports. they are plowing their way through areas of indiana, kentucky, tennessee, through mississippi. we'll include alabama in this and areas of eastern tennessee and kentucky. the most dangerous storms now just rolled through the nashville area. these are tornado warnings. this little cluster has had the strongest winds with it it and the most signs of rotation of tornadic signatures. so anywhere to the east of nashville, give it a half hour and wait until the storms are gone and you'll be safe. also strong storms near richmond and louisville. now a wider view, these storms continue all the way down through mississippi. they are going to roll all the way to the east coast. in the areas of yellow, this line of storms will roll through your town. 15 to 30 minutes. they will have the chance of knocking dow
and also eastern portions of tennessee and western north carolina. stay alert because today you are looking at the possibility of tornadoes. here is a closer look at the tornado warning to the north and west of atlanta and georgia. on the northern side of the storm system we are talking about snowfall, winter storm warnings right now in effect across iowa, wisconsin with up to eight inches of snow possible, factor in the wind and it is going to feel very cold. i want to show you why we're looking at this risk for severe weather. it's been very warm. tuesday we set a number of record-high temperatures. it was 63 degrees in chicago yesterday. today you're looking at temperatures in chicago only into the upper 30s, and it's that sharp contrast with the hot temperatures, the cold temperatures that fires up this violent weather. >> reporter: a wild ride with rough weather over the next several hours, thank you for the update. jon: we have a massive recall to tell you about involving some of the best selling cars in the country, details on that coming up. and new information on a desperate stando
strong wind left many people without power and hech i rains left roads underwater. in tennessee, there are reports of 100 miles an hour plus wind and possible tornado. at least one report from a storm chaser says there is major damage in two counties in that state. storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein is now with the impact these storms could have on us. tom. >> wacky warm weather yesterday setting the stage for strong storms to come into the metro area later tonight. here's what to expect. storms moving in between 7:00 and 11:00 p.m. some could be severe with heavy rain and damaging wind, unfortunately, that may cause outages. we've held in some of that warmth from yesterday. right now, temperatures across montgomery, prince george's, arlington, fairfax counties, near 60 in washington. a few clouds drifting through. no precipitation yet. likely we'll see that moving in hour by hour through the morning hours. just a blustery wind in the 50s through 7:00 a.m. by 3:00 to 4:00 p.m., into the low 70s. winds gusting to 30 miles an hour. then between 7:00 p.m. until midnight, we'll
is passing through the area. already tornado warnings in alabama, tennessee, kentucky, mississippi might be affected as well. one death confirmed as of this time. >> this is unusual for this time of year, january. the next 12 to 18 hours we understand is critical. heed the warnings, folks, very, very dangerous and fast moving. >> we'll stay on this all morning. that's all for "early start." i'm john berman. >> i'm zorai aida sambolin. >>> "starting point" starts with right now. >> you are watching "starting point." breaking news, storms spreading a path of destruction, widespread damage from kentucky to tennessee and tornado warnings are still in effect right now. >>> a child held hostage after a man boards a school bus, shoots the driver, grabs a 6-year-old boy and takes him to an underground bunker he has been building for years. >>> rally on. markets nearing an all-time high. why? can it last? i'll explain. >>> life after politics, or maybe not? with only three days left as secretary of state, hillary clinton talks to cnn about her plans for the future and answers keep changing many.
a state of emergency declared in tennessee after an ice storm hit a large part of that of that state. >> in alabama the ice was half an inch thick causing dozens of accidents bringing down dres and power lines as well. let's go to maria molina whith what's going on today. >> we are looking at more ice accumulating across places like tennessee and kentucky and portions of mississippi and even places in the northeast dealing with some of the snow and also the freezing rain. we have freezing rain across the east. a quarter of an inch in the suburbs west of the city. we could have glaze on the roadways. snow over parts of new england. higher snowfall accumulations 3-5 inches of snow forecast. not a huge deal in terms of the snow. please be careful on the roads. lacking at freezing rain across area wesle and portions of kentucky. we have areas of plain rain across alabama and georgia. take a look at jackson that area to the north of you we have the freezing rain in jackson. temperatures holding up to show the rain refreeze. we have warnings in effect through tennessee and mississippi and
. breaking news, tornado warnings across central tennessee and tornado warnings in central kentucky as well. >> a quick-moving system. the line moving from indiana to louisiana, the bulk of the activity and tornado warning out of middle tennessee. ntsu did take to twitter to warning students to take cover. if i take you out, you can tell how large of an area you can see is dealing with the severe weather. we will continue to see this throughout the day, warning after warning after the line of storms moves out ahead of the cold front this is a major wind event. about 200 wind events reported today. only three tornado warnings reported -- excuse me. tornadoes touching down. south bend, look at the rainfall totals, that's the other side of the storm. the month of january, what we expect for the averafternoon to. the line has showed down, we'll see instability kick up through the afternoon and the storms should move faster, in fact, toward atlanta as we warm up, we'll talk about the severe weather threat, and toward late evening hours, we'll talk mid-atlantic region, straight down through the s
"starting point," violent thunderstorms moving to the east. widespread damage in tennessee. one person is reported dead there, there are reports of a family tractor-trailer lies on its side. roofs ripped off homes. warnings in effect right now. let's get right to meteorologist indra peterson. >> good morning. right around 4:00 central time, the bulk. activity in the nashville area pushing off to the east. even through middle tennessee, we have tornado warnings in effect. however, it has become a lot more active in the last hour. now we're watching out toward kentucky, east of louisville. continue to have tornado warnings in effect this morning. and even extending to the south, right through alabama. northern portions of alabama, heading out to huntsville. remember, these are quick-moving systems, not much time to take cover, heed the warnings. i want to show you how large of a system this is. look at the severe weather from michigan through louisiana. 1,600 miles of severe weather. it will continue throughout the day. stay right ahead of the cold front. and severe weather will continue to pop as i
, tennessee, georgia, alabama. drivers in nashville, tennessee, being warned do not travel if you do not have to. out west, a rare freezing rainstorm triggered hundreds of accidents and forced airport runways to close. and new pictures from massachusetts. a car plunged through a frozen pond. bitter cold blamed for three deaths nationwide. alexandra steel in the cnn weather center and jennifer delgado in nashville this morning. jennifer, let's start with you. how does it look? >> i can tell you right now, we're experiencing rain and it looks like sleet mixing in. as we go throughout the morning, we'll see the potential for more freezing rain to develop. you can see the round is wet. this shouldn't come as a surprise after such a wild week of weather. frigid temperatures and record-breaking windchills continue to plague much of the country. >> horrible. freezing cold. >> freezing out here, man. >> and freezing rain and ice in tennessee. crews armed with salt trucks are at the ready. >> 32 counties here in the middle tennessee area tdot will be keeping an eye on. we have enough people here to ma
,000. no arrests have been made. >>> it was a similar scene in tennessee when a van backed through the front door of a market. security cameras captured two men jump ought and loading the atm into the van. authorities later recovered that stolen vehicle minus the atm machine. the two men are still at large. >>> police in georgia have released security video of a school board official intentionally running down a 15-year-old girl in a walmart parking lot just to get a spot. authorities say the teen was trying to save the space for a teen when she got hit. forngtly, she was not injured. the 41 driver was champed with reckless conduct. >>> finally in washington state, we're getting an aerial view of tons of japanese tsunami debris that washed up last month. among it, an entire dock with japanese writing on it. there's no word when it will be removed. another dock washed up in oregon earlier this year. >>> in sports, bigup set in college football. number 21 louisville returned an interception on the first play and scored four more times as they knocked off third ranked florida 33-23. tonight, it's th
more on what that twister left behind in a moment. so one person died as did a man in tennessee who we now know is 47-year-old vernon hartsell. he was killed when a tree fell on to a shed that he was inside. miguel marquez has more on the devastation and the cleanup. what can you tell us? >> good morning. we're not very far from where that man died. apparently a tree fell on a mobile home he was in. that's where he was killed. this is a storm that packed a 1,000 mile punch. >> we can see circulation in the clouds. >> reporter: a reporter from atlanta affiliate wsb caught one twister as it touched down. >> towards i-75. >> reporter: in its path, utter destruction. this is main street in adairsville, tornado tornado. you can see devastation on that side of the street. the trucks completely destroyed here. on this side, it was a normal day of work at this plant, they come here to make parts for tractors. complete devastation. 50 to 100 poem working here today. all of them fine. across this entire area, trucks, everything, shredded. at the plant, justin karns and his fellow employees took
missouri, arkansas, and tennessee. homes were damaged. trees and power lines were knocked down. thousands lost power. >> the front surges all the way to texas. in tennessee, flash flood warnings have been issued. can see nashville is caught in the storm's path and that's where you can fient jennifer reyes. >> reporter: this is some of the damage in our area. you can see this big tree came down in the middle of the road, and when that happened it took out a power line with it. now metro police is here mareking sure that drivers don't go through this. similar reports have bn coming in to our newsroom. trees down in the middle of the road, and, of course, police have responded to that. there have been reports of damage to businesses, also to homes. in an area called bordeaux there was man parentally seeking shelter and the shelter ended up caving in on top of him and killed him. at the peak of the storm there were heavy winds and heavy rain and because of that there were about 21,000 users without electricity. this was at 4:00 a.m. the electric company is working to restore lots of -- the po
, a little ice and storms in the center here from tennessee through parts of alabama but other than that it's all that warmth in the east. that's the big picture. let's get a check a little closer to home. >>> so again we'll be following some of that severe weather potential. there's not a huge part, but right there in pars of tennessee and alabama, watch your local abc stations today. >> she keeps trying to change the subject from her birthday to the weather. >> embarrassing here. >>> now to the cat with the astonishing internal gps. her name is holly and she got separated from her family while on vacation. 200 miles away from home. what happened next was an extraordinary journey and amazing reunion and here's abc's clayton sandell. >> reporter: the amazing story of a cat on a crusade. >> miss holly here snuck out between our legs and decided to see the world. >> reporter: back in november jacob and bonnie richter brought holly along on a road trip to daytona speedway. scared by fireworks she ran away. >> we started looking for her right away. >> reporter: but daytona wasn't holly's scene
the tennessee valley, going into the deep south. these are tornado watch boxes. kentucky, tennessee through alabama this morning. and we're going to be watching the this whole line move off toward the east as the day wears on. 43 in martinsburg. hagerstown is one of our colder areas at 37. to 65. yes, 65 in fredricksburg right now. it's in the low 60s in prince frederick and patuxent river. cambridge 51. here in d.c. 53. we're going to 70 but there's a threat of some strong thunderstorms late today and tonight. let's check in with monika samtani. if you do the beltway in prince george's county, you need to pay attention. >>> you do. we're talking the east side of the beltway in prince george's county where there was a serious early morning accident. it happened before 3:00 on the inner loop of the beltway. that's southbound 95 after route 50 where only one lane is getting by in each direction. let me show you first what it looks like live there. three vehicles involved, including a fire truck, a tractor-trailer, and a jeep. if you are planning to head to the beltway, look at the work they h
>> schieffer: we'll hear more on that from newt gingrich. tennessee republican representative, marsha blackburn. for analysis, being bring there david ignatius of the "washington post." david sanger of the "new york times," and from campaign 2012, obama adviser stephanie cutter, and romney adviser kevin madden. back to face off one more time because this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and good morning, again. california's democratic senator dianne feinstein is joining us in the studio this morning. senator, you introduced this legislation friday to ban assault weapons reinstate the ban. you got this passed once before. it was uphill all the way. you can see this time it's going to be uphill, but why do you think you can get it passed? >> well, i think i can get it passed because the american people are very much for it. there's a new poll out 50,000 people in the field 68% supportive of a ban on assault weapons. i think what happens is you have one group-- namely, the national r
yesterday. damage was reported from georgia to virginia. another man was killed in tennessee. meteorologist david bernard of our miami station wfor is following the severe weather system. >> it's been a rough 48 hours for the eastern two-thirds of the country. income, we can take a look at the map that shows ought of the storm reports since tuesday. those blue areas, over 500 reports of wind damage across the midwest and southeastern united states and within those we have a couple dozen reports of tornadoes where we had a damaging tornado particularly in northern georgia during the day on wednesday. but the good news is the bad weather has moved out and the cooler and dryer is moving in today. we're expecting 60 in new orleans as we prepare for the super bo super bowl. in the northeast we're going to see temperatures in the 40s and 50s but turning colder by this evening. temperatures. snow showers around pittsburgh and a high of 29 as well. and look at the cold in the midwest. only 15 today for chicago. minneapolis, a high of 4. pretty quiet in the west with rain in seattle and a high of 49
, heavy rain and even snow. in tennessee, the national weather service confirmed three tornadoes touched down overnight. one man was killed by a falling tree. and in kentucky, two people were injured when another confirmed tornado blew a trailer off its foundation. what we're seeing right now is springtime weather coming up from the gulf of mexico. warm and humid. wintertime weather coming down from canada, cold and dry. the clash coming together, creating some severe weather. >> reporter: it's also led to a week of weather whiplash. a day after reaching a record 65 degrees in cleveland, tonight, it's expected to snow. and in green bay, where yesterday it was in the 50s, people are bracing for their second biggest snowfall of the season. and they're even sandbagging tonight outside the white house to protect from possible flooding. and tonight that severe weather threat exists all the way from our nation's capital in through northern florida. brian? >> julie martin, adaresville, georgia. julie, thanks. let's go to weather channel meteorologist jim cantore tonight. jim, today at one point
cars. fire officials have found at least one body in this storm damage. tennessee was hit hard, too. memphis in some places had as much as 4 inches of rain today, winds heavy enough to knock over the trees. 47-year-old man was killed in nashville. he was taking shelter in a shed, but then a tree fell on it. tennessee has been declared a state of emergency. the problems continue from there. high winds ripped the roof right off a wal-mart distribution center in texas and tens of thousands of people are without power tonight in arkansas. >> stay with fox 5 for continuing coverage. remember you can track the forecast 24/7 with the fox 5 weather app. download it on your droid, iphone or ipad. >>> it was wild chaos tonight on metro when power was cut to two green line trains stranding hundreds of passengers between the navy yard and anacostia stations during the evening rush. some of them took matters into their own hands and walked out through the tunnel. fox 5's karen gray houston live outside the anacostia station with the latest. >> reporter: some of those passengers just panicked wh
. we asked if you thought it was okay for a tennessee elementary school to limit parents access to kids during school lunch time. we wanted to know if you thought this was too -- going too far in the name of safety. >> here's what some of you had to say. jo ann writes school lunch is a time for kids to interact with their friends and peers. they develop their social skills and friendships. when parents are there, it changes the dynamics. >> dan from ohio says as a parent i have every right to full access to my child at school. it is my responsibility to keep my child safe. >> bill from florida rights parents don't belong in schools. it is not safe and distracting to the kids. stay home, parents. thanks to everyone who responded. >> have a great day and good weekend. >> goodbye. >> tgif everyone. brian didn't want to sit down. he didn't want to. he wanted to do it standing up. we can do it standing up. it is friday, january 25, 2013. we've done this before. it's as cold as ice out. ♪ it's as cold as ice temperatures as low as 29 degrees below zero slamming millions across the u.s. maki
. >> a geology student captured images of the collapse. these ones in fact. the famous arch at tennessee bali beach along the marin county coast crashed down last month. cbs 5 reporter john ramos talked to the man who saw it come down. >>> reporter: they say earth's geology is a study of time and pressure. and that was put on display 10 days ago when the familiar arch at tennessee beach in marin county came crashing down. >> who i saw it, i was like what, what? >> reporter: lindsey sinclair grew up with the arch. >> we would hike up over the hills and go down to the beach and the arch was just part -- we would just sit there and look at it in awe. >> reporter: robert wills is ironically a geology student at cal tech. he was on the beach that day and began snapping pictures when the rocks started to fall. >> gradually each picture looked crazier and crazier and the whole hillside collapsed and had rocks the size of maybe a small car and more like a piano sized rock falling off. >> reporter: wills had come to watch the stormy conditions. but he doesn't think
crushed a mobile home killing a man inside. another man died in tennessee when the tree fell on the shed where he was seeking shelter. >>> with that here is your thursday forecast, everybody. hope for a calmer day. that severe weather is moving up the east coast with powerful wind from atlanta to boston. we also have heavy rain in d.c., new jersey, and new york. more than a foot of lake-effect snow around western pennsylvania, upstate new york and michigan. rain and mountain snow in the northwest. 50s from seattle to portland. 15 below zero in fargo. single digits. indianapolis, omaha. 50s and falling in the northeast. >> very different day here than yesterday. for sure. >> yes. another from the, "we wouldn't show it to you if it didn't go in" file. talking basketball here. the high school variety. >> came right at the end of the first half on tuesday. a game between two team from rhode island, here we go. waiting for it. wait for it here. did we see it? yeah, that was senior ben gerard, merville high school, the captain, leading scorer, player of the game. see it again. there, missed it
. the rock archway at tennessee cove came crashing down 10 days ago likely the result of time, geological forces and the latest round of winter rains. >> we always have to blame the weather man. just not fair. >> when in doubt when scratching for something, hold on to blaming the weather -- part of the job >> i don't know. >> comes with the territory. blame the weather man later this week for the cold weather and the bad air quality tomorrow. peek outside concord chilly, livermore, you hit 62 santa rosa. warm spots oakland and san francisco. radars clear. high-def doppler showing zero pro sippation. liver more, fairfield down to -- precipitation. livermore, fairfield down to 5. dense fog advisory in effect. plan on a lot of fog again for that morning commute until 9:00 a.m., east bay, south bay, inland valley, leave a couple minutes early coming up tomorrow. we will soon be directly under a big area of high pressure that causes all the pollutants to get trapped in the lowest level of the atmosphere that is why air quality will not be good. highs 60s tomorrow will be the mildest day of th
and dangerous storm is moving from the south. it hit eastern missouri arkansas and tennessee. homes were damaged trees and power lines knocked down thousands lost power. >> the front stretches from texas to the northeast. one man has been killed in nashville and the storm also left its mark across indiana. reporter jessica hayes of wish-tv is in indianapolis. >> reporter: we're on the north side of indianapolis. this area is usually busy with computers and shoppers but straight line winds brought down a couple different power lines, one the worst damage you can see right here snapped off at the base and landed on top of this canopy of this costco gas station so this is closed. you did see damages on the west side of minneapolis, winds up to 60 miles an hour and if you go to the southern part of the state south of bloomington, indiana, a possible tornado touched down there, up to 20 homes have damage and the national weather service is on their way to determine if this, in fact, was a tornado. here we've got power crews are going to have a busy day here and around
of tennessee and kentucky. that should give you a sent of how strong the storm is and sarah is right. it is for all intents and purposes a spring-like system moving in from the west later today. up ahead of it, very breezy conditions throughout. we'll be windy with winds out of the south blowing at time maybe 20, maybe 30 miles per hour. well out to the west, the wind will be up to about 50. we have a wind advisory for our viewers out in western maryland. temperature right now at reagan national. 53degrees. 53 at reagan national. 58 out at dulles and as we switch maps, magically, 41 at bwi marshall. we are looking at highs again in the upper 60s to about 70. enjoy one more warm day because the cooldown gets in here with that front. 68 in manassas. unseasonably warm. not record but close. >> okay. thank you. we'll check in with you in a bit. >> all right. >>> back to braking news now, that major accident we've been talking about on the beltway could cause some major delays on your morning commute today. >> for more on this accident, we head over to melanie alnwick live on the scene wi
on the roadways. quite dangerous across the mid south and tennessee valley. the wind chills, if you're not bundled up, feels like minus 1 in new york, 7 in chicago. across the west it's warm. so there is warmth across the map, just not across portions of the upper midwest and the great lakes and northeast down towards the ohio river valley. as you head towards kentucky and tennessee, see that pink, that's that mixture of ice, freezing rain, sleet. it's going to make travel very difficult. they have e got the sand out there. they're going to try to make sure the roadways are at least a little bit okay. the best advice if you've got freezing rain in your area is to stay off the roads. travel forecast: looking at that mixture of sleet and freezing rain, parts of tennessee and kentucky, temperature freezing, right around 32 in nashville. as you head towards ashville, the carolinas, you get the potential for ice and freezing rain on the roadways. north of the carolinas, it will be mainly a snow event. one to four inches. not a blockbuster storm but is going to cause travel delays on the roadways and i
awake from tennessee in the nashville area up to kentucky. those storms are headed for the east coast during the day today. we had about 250 reports of severe weather. thankfully at this point no confirmed fatalities, but we are checking on one possibly in tennessee. we've had four tornadoes. i actually thought the tornadoes would be a little worse. the wind damage as expected. where are the storms now? exiting nashville, louisville, heading through eastern kentucky, ohio. kentucky, west virginia, also areas of eastern tennessee and western north carolina. and now those storms are rolling through alabama with a new tornado watch issued for the birmingham into the montgomery area. so we're not done yet. and if you're in that area of yellow which includes pretty much everyone east of the appalachians south of philadelphia and pittsburgh, you're going to deal with these severe storms. it's going to be a straight line. it's going to move through with really strong, gusty winds. then the weather will begin to get very much colder and windy on the backside. a lot of airport delays. also, i
students from memphis, tennessee. i've seen banners from michigan. they are here as you mentioned to mark the 40th anniversary of roe v. wade. this group, march for life, has been organizing this march since one year after the decision. they continue to come every year. you can see the signs they hold. defend life. they have a series of speakers here and later on they'll march to the supreme court which is their ultimate goal. their ultimate goal is to find a case to challenge roe v. wade. >> do we know if there are cases that are actually in the process of challenging roe v. wade? >> reporter: we know there was one that some thought the supreme court could add to the docket this year. a case out of oklahoma that dealt with personhood laws. abortion opponents in oklahoma wanted to bring to a vote this idea of a personhood law that would mean that life begins at conception that would outlaw all abortions for any reason. the supreme court rejected that. they decided not to add that to the docket. abortion opponents are looking for that perfect case to come to bring to the supreme court that
. high winds also caused problems in parts of kentucky, tennessee and indiana. one death has been reported in nashville where a man was killed when a tree came down on a shed. some of that stormy weather could be on its way here. >> before that, we're going to go to tucker first? we're going to do that? let's go to tucker barnes to get the details on what will be spring like day today. >> thank you, tony. yeah, starting off with temperae s in the 50s across much of the area. one more warm day. upper 60s near 70 and then the g kabosh here. much cooler air on the way. let's get to it and show you the numbers. reagan national 58. temperatures jumped 4 degrees. dulles 61. got a front across the area and that's holding temperatures back. bwi 41. low 40s to mid 60s at the moment. a lot of clouds today and eventually rain showers move in. and the rain when it moves in will be heavy at times during the nighttime hours. most of the day should be cloudy and sun seasonably warm and late this afternoon and tonight the rain moves in. we could be looking for potential of an inch or two. because
dress. host: to douglas, nashville, tennessee, democratic caller. caller: good morning. host: what are your throughouts on the inaugural address? caller: i thought it was wonderful. i thought the speech was very insightful and i believe that he talked about we the people and together we can do the things he set out to do. host: he talked about social security, climate change, equal rights for gay couples and women. is that your priority list? caller: i'm not sure it's in that order but the president has a hard job and congress has yet to work together with him and i believe that we have good republicans and over 50% of the country agreed with the position of the president and i believe the congress will go along with him eventually. host: give me your priority list, top five, or top three. caller: jobs, education, and for the war to end. host: all right. ok. that was douglas in nashville, tennessee, a democrat there. let's hear the president in his own words talking about the economy and his thoughs on social security and medicare. [video clip brbts >> for we, the people understand
, you have to look at west virginia, and west virginia, kentucky, tennessee, that's where he was finding his problems, right? >> where republicans win anyway. the people who vote for republicans in those states are not going to vote for a democrat. it doesn't matter -- >> okay. i'm not going to argue with you except on these points of electoral ledge votes. it used to be until recently we had arkansas, west virginia was a consistently democratic -- let's look at some of the guys on the far right. fear factor. kentucky senator rand paul who wants to run for president is concerned that the president has a king complex. and paul is out there vowing to nullify any executive orders that impede on executive powers, which by the way, has not happened. we used the word nullification. you're talking civil war here. let's watch. >> our founding fathers were very concerned about having a separation of powers. . they didn't want to let the president become a king and so they wanted to say that congress was the one to legislate, not the president. so we have a bill that we're going to introduce early
president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the electoral vote of the great state of tennessee seems to be regular in form and authentic, and it appears that mitt romney of the commonwealth of massachusetts received 11 votes for president and paul ryan of wisconsin received 11 votes for vice president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the electoral vote of the state of texas seems to be regular in form and authentic, and it appears that mitt romney of massachusetts received a 38 votes for president and paul ryan of wisconsin received 38 votes for vice president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the electoral vote of the state of utah seems to be regular in form and order, and it appears that mitt romney of massachusetts received six votes for president and paul ryan of wisconsin received six votes for vice president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the electoral vote of the state of vermont seems to be regular in form and authentic, and it appears that barack obama of illinois received three votes for president and joseph biden of delaware received three votes for vice p
for hazard does driving around the country. kentucky and tennessee hard kentucky and tennessee hard hit. new york, new jersey and pennsylvania warming centers have opened up. crucial to those trying to recover from superstorm sandy. our weather desk says this arctic blast is going to hang on through the weekend. an ice storm could create havoc in iowa, illinois, and northern missouri on sunday. >>> it's been 540 days since the u.s. lost its top credit rating. what are we doing to get it back? they have started to announce cutbacks. it was announced they have begun laying off 46,000 contract and temporary civilian employees to cut costs. that's what happens. you cut costs, but you can see how much pain that will cause. >>> our fourth story "outfront," the party of stupid. it's not my word but it is the word at least one republican used to describe his own party. at the gop's winter meeting in north carolina. here's louisiana governor and potential 2016 presidential candidate bobby jindal speaking what he sees as the brutal truth last night. >> we've got to stop being the stupid party. and i'm
to weather channel meteorologist mike seidel live in beautiful knoxville, tennessee. although it's still dark there. good morning, mike. where will the worst of the be today? >> reporter: good morning, alex. not here. in fact, let me recap, here, temperatures above freezing. ice yesterday. today, in the 40s. all those areas, parts of kentucky, tennessee, north georgia, the carolinas, that had the ice storm yesterday, highs in the 40s today. roads will improve dramatically. in fact, here all the ice has melted. let me take you back yesterday and get to the forecast. north georgia mountains, atlanta was fine, this is raven county, and skidding out and slipping off the icy roadways on those higher elevations in north georgia, in upstate carolina, we had one fatality, we head to the snow. north of the ice, snow across ohio, into the virginias and mid-atlantic toward new york, near roanoke, virginia, snow last friday and more snow today. most in the one to two inch category. not a big system. not a lot of moisture to work with, and we had snow and spinouts in western pennsylvania, allegheny county
're in the "sideshow" now. another way for republicans to avoid getting support from low-income voters? enter tennessee state senator stacey campfield with this bold proposal. slash welfare benefits for parents whose kids do poorly in school. well, that's right. according to campfield, somehow the threat of less food on the table is the ticket to getting parents to help their kids in school. figure that one out. >>> anyway, something campfield said on this network was catnip for the folks at the tonight show. >>> tennessee state senator stacey campfield advocates he wants legislation that will reduce welfare payments to families if their kids are getting bad grades. they cut their welfare payments if the kids get bad grades. i'm not sure he did that well in school himself. this is a segment we call the botched cliche of the day senator edition. >> well, first off, we're not -- i'm not setting the bar like the kids have to become rocket surgeons. >> rocket surgeons. is that like tree surgeons? >>> next, let's take a look at this headline from the washington times. quote, reagan's home could become a par
thunderstorms across kentucky and tennessee this morning. these are tornado watch boxes. when these storms get here, they may still have some damaging wind gusts. that would more than likely be after dark tonight. 30 in -- 38 in hagerstown. annapolis 51. and 61 in manassas. we're going up toward 70, if not 75 well south of d.c. another incredibly warm day. watch out for storms tonight. let's talk to monika right now. we have timesaver traffic. as i said earlier, a fannic start to the day in -- a tragic start to the day in prince george's county. >>> an accident on the inner loop of the beltway. it happened before 3:00 this morning. it involves a prince george's county fire truck, a tractor- trailer, and a jeep. believe it or not, all three of which overturned on the beltway before 3:00 this morning. we're going to go to a live picture from our sky 9. first of all to give you some perspective. if you're planning to head on the beltway, this is what it looks like near route 50, the southbound side. that's the inner loop, right side of your screen. you can see all the equipment on the scene. two
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